Trinity College engineering majors Kevin Clark ’23 and Ananya Swamy ’23 recently received student project grant awards from the NASA Connecticut Space Grant Consortium. The students are developing innovative senior capstone projects with the help of their group members, project advisers, and now the added support of NASA grant funds.
A Trinity College researcher explored remote jungles to learn about wildlife behavior. The resulting study provides evidence about socio-cultural and ecological factors that underpin the behavior of one species.
After recent earthquakes left cities destroyed and thousands dead in Turkey and Syria, Trinity College students from Turkey quickly organized a fundraising campaign to support the people in their home country whose lives have been severely impacted.
Photography by Larry Bello-Castillo ’24
The Kukily Afrofeminst Arts Collective, presented their work "Negra, negra, negra soy," at Trinity College Feb. 9, as part of Black History Month. The performance was designed to strengthen connections, generate a greater understanding of each others' lived experiences, and engage in art making.
For patients with chronic conditions, regular medical appointments are integral to treatment. So, a research team including a Trinity College professor and an alumna is trying to pinpoint the reasons some patients with multiple sclerosis miss them.
A tight-knit group of friends—all of whom graduated in the 1990s, met their spouses at Trinity, and participated on Bantam sports teams—recently got together to make a joint leadership gift establishing a new fund at Trinity dedicated to supporting equity in women’s athletics.
Trinity student Cormac Bruce ’25 completed a paid internship in the White House Office of Public Engagement in the fall 2022 semester, working in Washington, D.C., while also earning Trinity credits for independent studies and his once-in-a-lifetime co-curricular experience.
As part of the Sustainability Action Plan, Trinity College introduced a new system of reusable takeout containers at its central dining location. If successful, the program may expand to other campus eateries such as The Cave and The Bistro.
Trinity students enrolled in January Term courses this winter engaged in diverse topics in computer labs, in the outdoors, and even in a galaxy far, far away. J-Term courses appealed to a broad range of interests, and allowed for an intensity of focus not often possible during a busy semester.